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Walking Trips in Yorkshire

The North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales, the Wolds & the Coast - Yorkshire has so many great walks.

Feeling fit and active and want to get your boots on for a hike or just fancy a gentle stroll?

We have a range of walking trips which we’re sure you will find something to satisfy your interests – no matter what your level of fitness or ability. This is just a small selection so email us if you want more suggestions or some shorter walks.

Malham Cove

A walk up Malham Cove before returning past Janet's Foss waterfall. 400 steps to the limestone pavement at the top where Harry Potter was filmed.

Staithes to Whitby walk

A 14 mile stretch of the Cleveland Way, quite strenuous cliff top walk with a couple of steep ascents/descents.

Ingleton Waterfalls Walk

A 4.5 mile circular walk taking in Thornton Force waterfall as painted by JMW Turner as well as some magnificent limestone country. Some steepish climbs along managed paths, but can be slippy when wet.

Simon's Seat & the Valley of Desolation

An 11 mile hike in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. We explore Bolton Abbey before walking up to Simon's Seat a rocky outcrop where there are fantastic views over the Dales. We will then descend walking along the Valley of Desolation back to the Cavendish Pavillion for refreshments.

Wainstones Walk - North York Moors

An 8 mile loop walk from Chop Gate. The walk climbs up on the Moors with sectacular views over Cleveland and to Roseberry Topping. We pass the sandstone outcrop of the Wainstones and skirt Urra Moor before descending through woodland back to Chop Gate.

Ravenscar to Robin Hoods Bay loop

A stunning walk from Ravenscar along the old railway to the sceneic fishing village of Robin Hoods bay. The walk back follows the coastal path of the Cleveland Way, dropping into Boggle Hole before arriving back in time for afternoon tea at the Raven Hall Hotel in Ravenscar.

Climb Inglebrough

Walk through Southerscales nature reserve past wonderful limestone pavement before ascending Ingleborough, one of Yorkshire's iconic Three Peaks. Once home to an iron age hill fort we can celebrate our climb with a tot of sloe gin!

Victorie Cave & Attermire Scar

Starting off from Settle we'll climb steeply into limestone country via fields with spectacular views of Three Peaks country. Walking past Victoria Cave where once a Roman Shrine could be found but since excavated to find remains of Cave bears and hyeanas! We head back to Settle via the sheer limestone cliff of Attermire Scar.

Ilkley Moor and the 12 Apostles

A walking tour of the famous Ilkley Moor - inspiration to Yorkshires unofficial anthem - on Ilkley Moor Bah tat (without a hat!). We'll explore some of the prehistoric rock art and head up to one of the Bronze age stone cirlces, the famous 12 Apostles.

Great Shunner Fell

Walk from Hawes over into Swaledale along the Pennine Way climbing over Yorkshire's third highest peak - Great Shunner Fell in the process. Finish in Muker with a pint before catching the Dales Bus over Buttertubs back to Hawes.

Top Withens

A walk through Bronte Country to Top Withens, the inspiration for Wuthering Heights in the famous Book by Emily Bronte. The walk crosses wild moorland, millstone grit outcrops and passes the Bronte Waterfalls and Bronte Bridge.